325ernesto

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About 325ernesto

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  • Biography
    Family man
  • Location
    Canada
  • Interests
    survivalist, photographer, tennis
  • Occupation
    nurse
  1. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Would the Victorinox Swiss Army Rescue Tool be a good multitool in this case knowing its capabilities? How about the Victorinox Soldier? Thanks, Ernesto
  2. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Hi! Autonomous, quite a suggestion...practical. Because I have to be discreet, I carry a Leatherman Supertool. Am interested in the Leatherman Wave as this has improved features. Also, considering a mini pry bar as well. Many thanks, Ernesto
  3. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Many thanks to Capt Bart, von Bayern and crAz314 for those suggestions. Will do... Ernesto
  4. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Hi! Survivalcyclist, Wear a pair of low-cut hiking shoes (Merrell) at work for support and protection vs sharp and metallic objects. Will consider a pair of work gloves as well. Many thanks, Ernesto
  5. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Hi! Schoeny, We have N95 and surgical masks scattered around the unit. Will buy mechanic's gloves or similar for hand protection. Likewise, agree with you re: paracord and quality light sources. Any suggestions for a quality heavy locking folder? Currently have a Leatherman Supertool on my belt. Many thanks, Ernesto
  6. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Hi! crAz314, Now I have use for my bandana. Will look around for a pair of goggles or something close to it for eye protection and a waist pack. Many thanks, Ernesto
  7. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Many, many thanks to all responders. You all gave me a better insight and mindset. An excellent website and forum. Ernesto
  8. 325ernesto

    EDC for an Earthquake

    Hi! I work on the 7th floor of a 10 floor hospital situated on an active fault line. This facility was built sometime in 1940. I wear scrubs at work and need to be discreet about what I carry concealed. My work EDC is: a. whistle b. Maglite mini AA c. Leatherman Supertool d. iPhone 4 Any suggestions to improve my ability to escape an entrapment? Many thanks, Ernesto